In this project Dr Jordan has created a method to accredit the devices using the precise radio-timing signal transmitted by the National Physics Laboratory.
This is in current development to first supplement and then replace a method developed by the manufacturer with his assistence, now being tested at LJMU.
Further survey will take place in 2018 and the site equiped for real-time soil water physical and chemical analysis using the new sensors systems which Dr Jordan has developed. This is a major UK national and international initiative which Dr Jordan is leading, based on his own sensor development work.
The next step will be to develop this device to prototype for testing.A further Nuffield placement will be offered in 2018.Research collaboration with UCLAN at the TRACES research facility.Facing up to waste: how can hotel managers in Kerbala, Iraq, help the city deal with its waste problem?Creative Construction Conference 2017 Abdulredha MAA, AL khaddar RAFID, Jordan DAVID.